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Maurice Alexander memorial service

Long-time patron of the Alleyn Cricket Club, steward and supporter of the Honor Oak Cricket Club, Maurice Alexander has passed away. He will be remembered for overseeing the merger, together with Keith Flower and the late John Dixon. He also generously bought the club its pitch covers and visited the Club well into his nineties. His memorial will be held at noon on Wednesday 8 April at Beckenham Crematorium.


Welcome to Alleyn Cricket Club

League and friendly cricket in south London

We’ve changed our name from Alleyn and Honor Oak Cricket Club for the 2015 season. With the new name comes a new look and a revamped website. We hope you will find it easy to navigate.

Join us for 2015

We offer cricket to adults and children of all abilities, from the experienced and able player looking for a new club, to the interested novice who would like to learn the game. Men and women, boys and girls are welcome at Alleyn Cricket Club. We are always keen to recruit umpires and scorers.

Closest to London

We are closer to central London than any other cricket club south of the Thames. You can reach us in under 25 minutes by public transport from central London. We are a 10 minute walk from Herne Hill station (9 minutes to London Victoria, 11 minutes to London Blackfriars) and a 10 minute walk from North Dulwich station (13 minutes to London Bridge).

Winter nets

Our indoor winter practices take place every Sunday until 19 April 2015 in the Sports Hall at Alleyn's School. They run from 11.00 until 13.00 and there is no fee. It's a hard-ball practice for adults and juniors in Years 9 and above. Turn up and play, or contact Russell Clayton if you'd like to establish contact first.